Gene Clark No Other Band, Stephen Malkmus, St Vincent, Felice Brothers confirmed for End Of The Road festival

Gene Clark No Other Band, Stephen Malkmus, St Vincent, Felice Brothers confirmed for End Of The Road festival

The Gene Clark No Other Band - featuring members of Fleet Foxes, Grizzly Bear, Beach House and Fairport Convention - have been announced as the third headliner for this year's End Of The Road festival.

They will join previously announced headliners The Flaming Lips and Wild Beasts at the festival, which runs from August 29 - 31 at Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset.

Other acts confirmed today for this year's festival are: Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, St Vincent, tUnE-yArDs, Jenny Lewis, Felice Brothers and Black Lips.

To compliment the addition of the Gene Clark No Other Band, the festival will be holding a special screening of The Byrd Who Flew Alone, 2013’s acclaimed documentary film about the extraordinary life and work of Gene Clark. You can read Uncut's review of the documentary here.

For further details about the line up and tickets for End Of The Road, click here. More acts will be added in due course.

You can read Uncut's coverage of last year's End Of The Road festival here.

An A-Z list of all the new artists confirmed today is as follows:

Alice Boman
Archie Bronson Outfit
Arc Iris
Arrows of Love
Benjamin Booker
Black Lips
Chad Vangallen
David Thomas Broughton
Felice Brothers
The Gene Clark No Other Band
Jenny Lewis
Kiran Leonard
Lonnie Holley
Lyla Foy
Otti Albietz & the voices
The Rails
Robert Ellis
Samantha Crain
St Vincent
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks
The Districts
Theo Verney
Tides of Man
Wye Oak
Zachary Cale

Photo credit: Kyle Gustafson/For The Washington Post/Getty

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